HomeAuthorGod's CallMy vision for Christian fiction: why it matters


My vision for Christian fiction: why it matters — 2 Comments

  1. Pingback:Christian fantasy tradepub review: The Shock of Night by Patrick W. Carr | Reality Calling

  2. I can only comment on my own journey, and how it has affected my writing. Under the old adage that ‘we all have a novel inside of us’, it was easy to inject my Christian beliefs under the rubric of ‘a good tale told’. A spiritual dimension to character development adds – I believe – such a more rich fabric to the fictional individual. Without a stated belief system, characters (again, in my opinion) tend to have a sterility that keeps the reader at arm’s length. All that said, age has brought closer-to-home the reality that we all fail – daily – and that acceptance and love are critical components to bringing characters to life.

%d bloggers like this: